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Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice Arrives January 22nd

Alan R. Moon's latest design, and first expansion, arrives in stores this month

Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice (Stronghold Games)Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice, as well as its first expansion, will be arriving in stores this month from Stronghold Games. In the game, designed by Alan R. Moon, players will be tasked with rebuilding one of the cities following a massive earthquake. Players will negotiate with each other to get things done but who scores the most victory points wins. Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice is for two to five players, ages 14+, plays in around 60 minutes, and will carry an MSRP of $59.95. Aftershock: District 6 ( the expansion) adds a sixth player and will carry an MSRP of $19.95. Both arrive in stores January 22nd.

From Stronghold Games:

The world has been hit with mega earthquakes. The worst destruction devastated San Francisco and Venice, Italy. It’s time to rebuild and restore them to their former glory.

Aftershock is an area-control game from the designer of Ticket to Ride. Players will spend money to acquire cards, which are used to increase population, build bridges, and determine where aftershocks occur. You will negotiate with other players in order to score areas. Players with the higher population in these areas will score points. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins!

The city is bigger than ever! Aftershock: District 6 brings all the strategic fun of Aftershock to six players and introduces a brand new board mechanic. Area tokens are randomly placed in different areas and bring new challenges and rewards to the meeples placed there. With new, unique effects, District 6 brings Aftershock to a whole new level and ensures no two games are alike.

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